United States of America deserved 1-0 victory over Ghana's Starlets- Nii Odartey Lamptey


Following Saturday's goalless draw with Ghana Black Stars, Uganda Cranes will only play for pride against Congo-Brazzaville in the final round of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers next month. On the same day, Egypt and Ghana will square off in a formality group E match in Accra.

They suffered a 1-0 defeat against USMNT in their second Group A fixture of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup.

According to the Starlets assistant coach Nuhu Adams, Ayiah is the only doubt in the Ghana team for the "must-win" clash against US at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi.

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He added that he expects his side to improve against the U.S. and secure a win after the overcoming their opening day nerves thereby qualify for the next round of the competition.

Talking on team's number 9 Santiago Barrero's injury who was carried off during the second-half of the match, Restrepo said: "Barrero was one of our main starters and he has been fighting an injury, we got him here, we didn't want to take the risk in the beginning of the game".

Injury problems permitting, the Ghana versus United States of America tie will be a showdown between two of the most prolific strikers at the tournament; Eric Ayiah and the USA's captain and star striker Josh Sargent.

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"We are a little bit crestfallen for drawing here in Namboole", Basena told reporters.

With this win, the U.S., who had defeated India 3-0 in their first match, collected three more points to take their tally to six.

"There are many people who doubted our ability but I am happy that we showed we can play against any team".

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